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Prehistoric Temples of Malta Tour

1. Prehistoric Temples of Malta Tour

Take this 5-hour archaeological tour and travel back to prehistoric times at Hagar Qim, Mnajdra, and the Ghar Dalam cave and museum in Malta. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Megalithic Temples of Malta date back 5,500 years and are the oldest free-standing stone structures in the world. Continue to the fragile temples of Hagar Qim, located on a ridge capped in soft globigerina limestone on the southern edge of Malta. You will also explore the neighboring Mnajdra temples, which are considered possibly the best example of Maltese megalithic architecture still standing. The surrounding area is typical of Mediterranean garrigue (low level scrub) in its starkness, and has been designated as a Heritage Park. A few hundred meters from the temple you will discover the Hamrija Tower, one of the 13 watchtowers built by Grand Master Martin de Redin, one of the legendary Knights of Malta.

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Malta: Guided Segway Adventure Tour

2. Malta: Guided Segway Adventure Tour

Take a 2-and-a-half to 3-hour Segway tour for a unique experience during your stay in Malta. Start out at 09:30 with a professionally trained tour leader and head out to see some of the island’s main attractions. You’ll begin with an orientation session to make sure that you’re comfortable on your Segway Personal Transporter. First, you'll visit Dingli. This is a quaint village situated in the highest area of Malta, which is an example of a traditional Maltese village. The village is surrounded by Natura 2000 sites, protected for their ecological and archeological importance. Dingli is best known for its picturesque cliffs that stand around 300 meters above the sea. Several prehistoric sites have been found near Dingli. See the so-called Clapham Junction cart ruts, unexplained parallel tracks hewn in the rock, and several megalithic caves – both evidence of significant human activity in ancient times. There is archeological evidence tracing civilizations here back to the times of the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians – nearly 2,800 years ago. Phoenician and Carthaginian tombs were also used by the Romans, who occupied Malta around 200 B.C.

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Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 162 reviews

We very much enjoyed the cave and ancient sites. Our guide was knowledgeable and his English was good. The bus was comfortable and the driver was cautious. Would recommend.

Perfect excursion. The guide was very good at telling everything about the complicated history. Due to the small number of tourists, Covid-19 precautions were followed.

Much better than expected. The guide explained everything so that was easy to understand.

Excellent guide who had a wealth of knowledge!! Highly recommend!

Very interesting side of Malta, highly recommended!